Jennifer’s looking to limit the number of people who see her Google Search Ad for an all-inclusive vacation to Paris. She doesn’t want to match with people looking for anything else — just “”all-inclusive vacation Paris.”” So she limits who sees her ad using exact match type. Which search terms might match with Jennifer’s ad?
Best all-inclusive vacation All-inclusive family Paris vacation All-inclusive vacation All-inclusive Paris holiday Download Google Ads Search Certification Exam Answers (PDF)
A student who is looking for loan advice A parent who is caring for their toddler An individual who is interested in purchasing a car Someone who has demonstrated a qualified interest in movies Download Google Ads Search Certification Exam Answers (PDF)
Jimmy sells televisions on his website. He notices he’s getting traffic from searches for a brand he doesn’t carry, and sets up a negative keyword for that brand. How does the negative keyword help Jimmy’s advertising campaign?
Jimmy’s ads will appear at a lower rate when users search for the television brand. Common misspellings and synonyms of his keywords will still allow his ads to be shown. His ads won’t be shown to users searching for the uncarried brand. Ads for Jimmy’s business will be shown to the widest possible audience. Download […]